Submit an angry phrase that your mother used (or other relative) through my email at firstname.lastname@example.org
My mother who was born in Lufkin, Texas used these two;
"You wouldn't give me the sweat out of your armpits if I were dying of thirst."
My quick, smartass responce to that was; "Sure Mom, I'll give you all the armpit sweat you want."
At which she would answer;
"It will be a cold day in August before I do anything for you again."
I was at the Golden Corral on Central Ave last night for Supper and a man visiting here from England submitted this one;
"If you break your legs dont come running to me!"
That while waggling the finger in time to the words.
More later if I remember.
Below is something different.
"A corporation is a pirate ship enabling its captain and crew to despoil the general populace without fear of reprisal from the duly constituted authorities whos job it would otherwise be to protect them."
I like this quote. If the pirate ship begins to sink the captain and crew can steal another ship and continue to operate as usual because they apear to be different.
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